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Charging of wrong doing accusatory
Studying, thinking, reflecting on an issue Contemplative
Opposing; bold in resistance; defying authority defiant
Learned, polished, scholarly erudite
treating with contempt or ridicule mocking
A blank space; a missing part; a gap lacuna
Unable to be removed, erased or washed away Indelible
Immature; lacking adult perception, experience or judgment callow
A profit or benefit in addition to a salary or ages Perquisite
To make to present as a gift or an honor; confer bestow
Pleasing to the ear; melodious; harmonious dulcet
To hide in a sneaking manner; to lurk Skulk
Understood or known by only a few arcane
Enthusiastic vigor; vivacity; liveliness; spirit brio
Painful or arduous work; severe toil or exertion Travail
Indifferent due to lack of energy or concern Apathetic
Frank; straightforward; direct candid
Feeling of misfortune/bad luck foreboding
Expressing a poet’s inner feelings; emotional; full of images; song-like Lyrical
Slightly contemptuous banter; making fun of Ridiculing
A group or band of people; a companion; an associate cohort
Appropriate or fitting; relevant Germane
Lacking all memory; forgetful; lacking active conscious awareness or knowledge; unmindful Oblivious
To spread or diffuse through Permeate
liable to make a mistake fallible
Fearless; bold; brave intrepid
To have lively or boisterous fun cavort
To take the place of (another), especially through intrigue or underhanded tactics supplant
Very fat; obese corpulent
To persuade with flattery; to coax cajole
A feeling of superiority Condescending
Lacing spontaneity, originality, and individuality Conventional
Darkness, sadness, rejection gloomy
Longing for the past Nostalgic
Accepting of conditions; not fanciful or emotional Matter-of-fact
Ridiculing to show weakness in ordering to make a point satiric
To accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to give consent by keeping silent Acquiesce
Happy and cheerful; carefree blithe
Stinging; biting; burning caustic
Lasting a long time; constant chronic
False idea; mistaken belief fallacy
Fair; just; showing no favoritism Impartial
To ignite; to arouse or inspire; to catch fire kindle
To make impossible; to shut out; to prevent preclude
Pleasing to the taste or smell; pleasant savory
Long and wearisome; tiresome; boring tedious
Jason tried to study for the test but the ___________ in his notes made it difficulty to cover all the material lacuna
The ink stains on his pocket were ___________, so his shirt was ruined. indelible
Because he was a ____________youth, he was not charged as an adult like the others. callow
The salary at Sally’s new job was not much, but the generous ______________ made up for it. perquisites
The teacher would ____________ teats in an attempt to get the children to behave. bestow
When he should have been in class, Derek could often be found ___________ in the hallways. skulking
Ms. Ray teaches the ____________ subject of mathematical logic and not many can understand them. arcane
The choir sang the piece with such _____________ that soon the audience was clapping along with the music. brio
For all the _____________ and tragedies Marcia has endured, she is still remarkably optimistic. travails
Although his _________ urged him to leave the party, Brian stayed past his curfew. cohort
The issue is not _____________to the present discussion, so let’s drop it. germane
But human beings are _______________. We know all make mistakes. fallible
She has walked for a long time, _______________ of the sun burning her. oblivious
A darkly sweet aroma ______________ the air; white orchard blossoms erupted from snakelike vines. permeated
The first astronauts were _________ men who put their lives on the line. intrepid
Here I am struggling with a research paper when I could be ______________ at the beach. cavorting
Walter was soon able to _____________ Will as the captain of the team. supplant
He grew more _____________ as he stuffed himself daily and got no excuse. corpulent
Virgil’s great accomplishment were his ability ti charm and ___________ people out of their bad moods. cajole
The president said that we will _____________ to the demands of the terrorists. acquiesce
Lori’s ___________ attitude toward her terrible situation was difficult to understand. blithe
We were surprised that such __________ remarks came from such a mild mannered person. caustic
When Paul’s cough became ___________, he finally went to the doctor. chronic
Our victory over the favorite team showed the ______________ of the sportswriter’s prediction. fallacy
A judge is supposed to be _______________. impartial
Mrs. Cooke could always ___________ an interest in the novel we had to read. kindle
Reviewing the work thoroughly will _________ the chance that you missed something. preclude
Grandmother could make a ________ dish out the simplest ingredients. savory
The ____________ lecture by the guest speaker caused many to fall asleep. tedious
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
A. as is a couldn’t does could has wouldn’t.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
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I never thought that I could walk through fire I never thought that I could take the burn I never thought that I could feel this power I never thought.
Chapter one Lewis was warned not to include this section of the book, because the common man doesnt want theology But if theology is the study of God,
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Pay close attention so that you can benefit for the final draft! READER RESPONSE FEEDBACK.
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MODULE Interpersonal LESSON R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Cultural Sensitivity in the Workplace.
Englewood Public Schools Englewood, Colorado 2009 A Compilation of E.W. Dolch 1936, The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, Fourth Edition,© 2000 by Prentice.
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